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captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: the chief investment officer at j.p. morgan chase retired today, the first casualty after the bank announced a $2 billion loss last week. good evening. i'm jeffrey brown. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the newshour tonight, margaret warner gets the latest on the trade deal gone wrong, and what comes next for the banking giant. >> brown: plus, we talk with two senators about the prospects for increased regulation: michigan democrat carl levin and tennessee republican bob corker. >> woodruff: ray suarez updates the escalating drug violence in mexico after 49 mutilated bodies were found dumped along a highway. >> brown: john merrow reports on a move to boost reading skills and shake up the content for young readers. >> reporter: the new view is that our kids read too much fiction, books like this, and not enough about things like electricity, whales and the solar system. >> woodruff: and two economists offer their prescription for addressing what they call the human disaster of long-term joblessness. >> brown: th
of civil rights is one of long struggle and long fought victoriesment meet wanda brown of the missouri house of representatives. she's leading a new march of progress with her landmark bill hb-1621. >> this bill creates an environment that an employer can't fire an employee if they own firearms, if they use firearms. if you target-- if you target practice, if you hunt, they wouldn't have the right to fire you for that reason. >> right, but aren't gun owners already protected? >> we have a second amendment to the constitution that should be abided by at all times. >> wanda's bill like a second condom adds another layer of protection against employers who would disregard the constitution. >> i think i understand. you're the kind of person that sees discrimination somewhere, and wants to fight it. >> yes. >> thanks to wanda brown's crusade against injustice, hb-1621 saled through the house by 115-36, releasing gun owners from the shackles of persecution. >> now a gun owner can own a gun, and no longer be fired for it. >> true. i'm not aware of anybody having that problem. >> since when co
's senate seat. scott brown has taken more money from any other from the securities and investment sector, taken more money than any other senator from the venture capital and the private equity firms. he's taken more money from the hedge fund industry. this guy isn't even from new york. nope. wall street has a guy on the inside inside. his name is scott brown. in the first quarter of this year, the city of which he received more itemized donations than any other place is new york city, which is not in massachusetts. they call him one of wall street's favorite congressmen for a republican. they call him that for two reasons. you might remember what scott brown did when they were first writing the wall street rules. you remember his specific contribution. they thought there was going to be $19 billion in implementation costs in rules. who should pay for it after it nearly destroyed the american economy? who should pay for that? it's going to be paid for by the banking sector. scott brown amended the bill so the banks would not have to pay the costs. you would. taxpayers would have to pay t
: thank you, and they are brown, and thank you, everybody, for coming. -- thank you, mayor brown, and thank you, everybody, for coming. the years that followed the san francisco earthquake were filled with grandiose plans to rebuild our city. perhaps the best realize is the san francisco memorial -- war memorial and performing arts center. the ground was broken to build the war memorial in honor of san franciscans who had served during world war i. in addition to honoring those veterans, the memorial gave a permanent residence to the opera, the symphony, and eventually, the ballet. the war memorial and performing arts center has great historic significance, including housing, the signing ceremony of our united nations charter in 1945. today, we are making history erosity and support of mr. and mrs. stephen bechtel. with a grant of $1.5 million -- [applause] from there foundation and in honoring charlotte and george shultz, we are that much closer to fulfilling the original vision of the war memorial complex, which was to include a moral right in his courtyard. as a small token of
been living beyond its means. >> governor jerry brown says the state financial picture is ugly. what he projected to be a $9 billion shortfall has nearly doubled to a whopping $15.7 million budget hole. >> this has to be a day of reckoning. we've got to take the medicine. >> state workers are reeling. brown is proposing a 5% cut in their pay that could result in state offices closing one day a week. and under brown's plan, cal works will also take a huge hit. brown proposing slashing nearly $1 million on the state welfare program. that's got these moms worried. >> i'm worried how i'm going to support my family now. where am i going to get the income? >> reporter: and the governor warns that if it does not pass this november, another series of budget cuts will kick in. $6.1 billion will be cut from state schools. in oakland, i'm jodi hernandez, nbc bay area news. >>> what do we want? when do we want it? >> now. >> teachers association is discussing stalled contract talks. after 21 negotiating sessions, talks remain at a standstill. the sticking point is health care costs which h
including california. governor jerry brown revealed today that california's budget is in a lot more trouble than we knew. and we asked ben tracy to show us what that means. >> reporter: jana bell soto is halfway through college at the university of california, irvine. he's worried he won't be able to finish. tuition went up 14% this school year because of state budget cuts. >> my mom already told my little brother he's going to have to go into the military so they can pay for his college. >> reporter: the u.c. system plans to raise tuition another 6% in july to nearly $13,000. that's more than double what students paid just five years ago because the state keeps cutting education funding. >> we're going to have to cut deeper, but cutting alone really doesn't do it. >> reporter: today governor jerry brown said the state's budget deficit jumped from $9 billion to $16 billion, largely because tax revenues have been much lower than expected. the unemployment rate here is still 11%. >> there has to be a balance and day of reckoning. this is the type of day of reckoning and we've got to take the
is in debt. so, governor brown introduced more painful cuts. the plan, to reduce help for mothers getting off welfare. and cuts to the schools and the court system. nbc bay area cheryl hurt joins us from el cerrito tonight. these cuts run deep. >> reporter: they do, raj. a lot of people had been waiting, holding their breath for the governor's revised budget. but now that it's here, the future looks grim for a lot of people, including state workers. this state worker didn't want to reveal our identity. but didn't mind telling us how proposed cuts would affect her personally. she has two children. one she adopted four years ago. >> there's a chance if they keep cutting our paying my adopted child will have to go back because i can't afford her. >> reporter: she says she can't believe that governor brown is looking at state workers to balance a huge budget gap. in january, brown estimated the budget short fall to be $9 billion. now, the deficit is nearly $16 billion. the governor calls it a day of reckoning. >> the short-term pain is real. i think the greater good is to balance the revenue with
serving all of our citizens and visitors -- 5000 dedicated people. i want to thank former mayor brown for being here as well. [applause] archie protocol officer -- our chief protocol officer, thank you for being here as well. [applause] someone i learned a lot from being city administrator, our previous city administrator. thank you for being here. i am so thrilled to share the stage with so many of our elected officials, our mta board, our supervisors, but certainly, foremost in my mind has been our wonderful senator dianne feinstein, who really have the compassion for this system. before i introduce her, i just wanted to just let you know again how valuable this system is to us and what it means to us today, but in recognition of that, before we do that, it still is -- i mean, we've got 63 bus routes that are managed by our mta. seven light rail lines. the historic f line streetcars, of course. 700,000 daily borders of our mta -- daily boarders of our mta. of course, senator, as you so well articulated just moments ago, no mayor can ever escape a comment on a daily basis about someb
. so far 28,000 customers have opted out of the smart meter. >> and governor brown's new budget is on the table. some will like it and some will not. his challenge is dealing with a bigger than expected deficit of $16 billion. abc 7 news is in sacramento to explain how he intends to do that. >> i'm laying out pretty tough cuts. >> governor brown broke bad news to californians. the state financial picture has worsened since his original prose passal in january. >> we're going to have to cut deeper, i'm linking a series of reductions real increased aus stare ti. please increase taxes temporarily. >> and the federal government rejokting some of the cuts the deficit jumped to $16 billion forcing the governor to propose deeper cuts now include cutting state borker pay by 5% shutting down operations for one day per week and recusing number of hours seniors and disabled get at home by 7%. disabled advocates say cutting their home care further makes it harder to avoid nursing home autos my cooking, cleaning and bathing would be affected. i would get less services which those services ar
] that was a long time ago, i can tell you. senator feinstein, mayor lee, and they are brown, supervisors, other officials and guests -- mayor brown, supervisors, other officials and guests, muni is today what it is because of people like mr. flynn devoted their lives to it. i am joined by several directors, including our vice president, who leads a lot of our efforts. doug is the man who, when he was deputy mayor and planning commissioner, had a lot to do with the embarcadero uc today. -- you see today. he has given so much of his time to san francisco to make it a better place. we joined today in celebrating america's first big city publicly owned transportation system owned by the people themselves. today, it is a landmark of the progressivism that has marked our city for a century. the historic streetcar we rededicate today, is a city symbol of the history. it carried generations of san franciscans around the city to shop, to work, to learn, to play. it almost certainly carried my grandparents when they lived on utah st. and is america's first publicly owned big city streetcar, it almost cer
. governor brown is proposing deemer cuts to social services. nbc bay area's jodi hernandez joins us from oakland this evening with the new details. good evening, jodi. >> reporter: raj, governor jerry brown delivered the gloomy budget news this morning. he says californians are going to have to brace for bigger cuts than expected and that's a direct result of living beyond our means. >> i'm upset. i'm really upset because this is affecting my family. >> reporter: that's how many people are feeling after governor jerry brown announced his plans to bridge a huge budget hole. recipients like belle could soon be losing their welfare-to-work benefits as the governor looks for ways to cut state spending. >> i'm worried about how i'm going to support my family now, how i'm going to support my 10-year-old daughter, the income, where am i going to get the income. it is going to go, where am i going to support my mom and my daughter? >> reporter: cal works is one of the many programs that will take a hit. governor jerry brown announced the budget deficit is much bigger than he predicted. back in j
investigation. i'm christie smith. i'll have that story coming up. >>> governor brown calling for deep cuts in his new state budget. where all the money's coming from. >>> and it's pink slip day for teachers across the state. why it may not be all bad news. >>> let's take a quick look live outside early morning on the golden gate bridge. you can see a little bit of a foggy cast over those lights. we'll fill you in on what's happening on this tuesday, may 15th, "today in the bay." >>> good morning, everybody, thank you very much for joining us. the time is just about 4:31. i'm jon kelley. >> and i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> good morning, laura and jon, good morning to you at home. temperatures are running mild this morning. we're mostly in the 50s. a little bit on the chilly side up in the north bay, but we are headed toward about a ten-degree spike in your temperatures from where they ended up yesterday. i'll let you know what that means for your city and more importantly what's to come next. we do have major changes in the forecast. we'll talk through it. 4:31 first. >> i'm doing well, and
as to what is that perfect banana. so here's the deal, all bananas, whether they're green, yellow, or brown, each have about 105 calories, they're loaded with potassium which is great for your blood pressure. they have some b12 and also some fiber. the only difference is how our bodies respond in terms of blood sugar. because as bananas ripen, so we're talking about the yellow and the brown, the starches break down to sugar. that's why they're so much sweeter than the green guys, and they're also going to give you a harsher, more quick rise in your blood sugar. for the co-worker that likes the green bananas, you've got a little health perk going there. >> good to know. who knew that? all bananas are good for you anyways. thanks, sue. next viewer e-mail question here from pamela from michigan. she writes, i feel confused when reading ingredient labels. join the club. i try to avoid high truck troes corn syrup but what about corn syrup, brown rice syrup and evaporated cane juice. >> they're all sugar. a lot of people sort of fall for these healthier sounding sugars. >> briek brown rice sugar.
what he said about the $2 billion risky bet. >>> california governor, jerry brown wants to avoid massive cuts to education in public safety. the republicans are standing in his way. congressman john joins me later. >>> a new ad is hitting romney pretty hard. one of bain's victims is here tonight. >>> republicans are claiming the jpmorgan disaster was caused by too much regulation. we'll correct the rornd this show this evening. >>> governor's like chris christie are playing politics with people's lives when it comes to implements obama care. wendall potter is ahead on the latest republican obstruction. share your thoughts on twitter. we're coming right back. >>> welcome back. president obama is going after mitt romney where it counts. romney claims to be the job creator, so here is the obama campaign's ad about romney's experience at bain capital. >> they made as much money off of it as they could. they closed it down. they filed for bankruptcy without any concerns for the families of the community. >> like a vampire. they came in and sucked the life out of us. >> it was like wat
to be used for executive bonuses. >>> governor brown new budget on the table. some will like it others not. his challenge is to deal with bigger than expected deficit of nearly 16 billion dollars. capitol correspondent annette is in sacramento to explain how he intends to do that. >> i'm laying out some pretty tough cuts. >>reporter: governor brown broke the bad news californian californians. the state financial picture has worsened since the original budget proposal in january. >> we have to cut deeper. but cutting alone doesn't really do it. that's why i'm linking these serious budget reductions real increased austerity with a plea to the voters please increase taxes temporarily. >>reporter: thanks mostly to overly optimistic tax projection and the federal government rejecting some of last year budget cuts, the deficit jumped to almost 16 billion dollars forcing the governor to propose deeper cuts which now include cutting state worker pay by 5 percent. shutting down most state operations for one day a week and reducing the number of hours seniors and the disabled get at home by 7
the break. >>> welcome back to the kudlow report. so, california's in trouble. govern he jerry brown's taking a page from president obama's soak the pririch tax proposals. >> this is the best that i could do. i've been thinking about this a long time. if one of you guys can think of something better, i'll be glad to -- i'll read your story tomorrow and if it passes the smell test we might even incorporate it. >> i've got one right off the top from the "wall street journal" article today. new jersey governor chris christie and a handful of republican governors around the country have balanced budgets with no tax hikes an large-scale union contributions to entitlements, even cutting tax. so it can be done. but where's california? it is the eighth largest economy in the world and it ain't doing great. so, here now we bring in democrat lieutenant governor gavin newsom of california. he hosts current tv's upcoming gavin newsom show. former reagan economic advisor art laffert, author of "eureka, how to fix california." you're going to raise the top tax rate on the most successful earners a
brown is proposing harsh cuts to close the exploding $15 billion deficit. cuts to school, health care, welfare, the disabled and child care. >> the biggest source of our spending without question is to schools. so when we have to have a massive cut, the sls that mass si cive cut and that't will happen if we don't get this in control. >> he's also proposing a tax hike and a tax hike for those who make more than $250,000 a year. he's even trying to slash a day off the government work week. and helping those struggling homeowners from the bank settlements? $292 million are being pickpocketed in red ink. take years of contradictory demands from voters, toss in a crazy process that requires super majorities to get any deal with even a penny of new taxes, then add a ballot measure industrial complex. we used to be the world's beacon on schools, gleaming freeways and more. the scary part is that california may be a glimpse of america's future. these years of living beyond our means now have washington and the state capitals in shambles. it's already being felt across europe. in greece, liber
report from nbc's miguel almaguer in los angeles. >> governor jerry brown held little back. >> this is a type of reckoning, and we have to take the medicine. >> facing a nearly $16 billion budget deficit, today, the governor proposed $8.3 billion in cuts. the first step towards balancing the state's chronically ill budget. >> the fact is california has been living beyond its means. the united states of america and its federal government is living beyond its means. >> among some of the proposed cuts, state employees will face furlough days and pay cuts, health care programs like those that serve the elderly will lose funding, as state prisons once again face smaller budgets. brown says part of the blame, the state's sputtering economy and the still struggling housing market. california's problem, but one states across the country face. >> what starts in california, good or bad, tends to spread across country. >> blaming republican lawmakers for blocking his push to raise taxes, the governor is now calling on voters in november to approve his spending plan. >> what i'm propos
. >>> governor jerry brown unveiled his spending plan today and says new cuts are required to fix the budget gap. >> the real problem will be to get the one time cuts at the level we ask. which is half. >> over the weekend he revealed california's budget short fall is $16 billion. $9billion higher than anticipated. he also renewed his push for the tax initiative. here is the key elements of the budget. public employees are asked to take a 5% pay cut. trial court lose $544 million and cuts to gal grants. and hospitals and nursing home that serve medical patients would receive reduced payments. >> offices may be closed more often, ktvu's john fowler is live where he discovered voters growing frustration. >> reporter: along highway 4, delayed by construction and will be for at least three sect is complete. lot of people said they are concerned because contractors, including caltrans are among the employees the governor wants to work less. >> hurts our perception of california. falling behind. >> something has to happen. maybe we have to suffer before it gets better. >> reporter: waiting for two hou
, tonight san bruno residents get a official welcome back home. >> governor jerry brown says the budget crisis is much worse than first thought. his new plan on how to fix the budget. >>> this is the bay area's news station, kron 4 news at 11:00 starts now. >> lafayette is raising the red flag on massage parlors suspected of turning on the red light. a ordinance would crack down on massage parlors. it will regulate to make sure they are staying within the law. a decision hasn't yet been made but kron 4's reggie kumar tells us why residents are concerned. >> reporter: there will be 20 massage parlors in lafayette. this is still under construction. residents and business owners say the massage parlors are solicited more than just a rub down. i rang the bell here. watch what happens next. i rang the door bell here next door. the owner came out moments later and refused to go on camera but said he is running a legitimate business and there is no illegal activity. she doesn't buy that. >> i can tell you what people who go there are putting out on the internet. it is all the different sex act
right now in sacramento governor brown's revised budget plan is at a hearing before the senate committee the governor says state is facing a deficit of almost 16 billion dollars. he's calling for cuts including 5% for state employees. schools could get a 16% butte in spending. democrats -- boost in spending. democrats are not happy with the cuts republicans don't like the proposed tax increases. >>> two hours from now sheriff ross mirkarimi will be back in court over a key piece of evidence in the ethics investigation. at issue, whether video of mirkarimi's wife can be used in an administrative hearing on misconduct charges against the sheriff. the video tan by a neighbor shows lopez talk -- taken by a neighbor shows lopez talking and showing a bruise on her arm. the city wants to use that to remove mirkarimi from his position. >>> richmond city council could tax sodas and other drinks. set to vote tonight that would let voters decide on a one cent per ounce tax on sweet drinks saying the revenues would pay for afterschool programs, new athletic fields and cooking classes in schools. >>>
billion and today governor brown revealed his revised budget proposal and it calls for a lot of cuts. >>> is the type of day reckoning will not go and get it out it belies an increased income and sales taxes from a proposed ballot measure to avoid cuts to education and here's where the governor wants the money to come from. he wants to lower medical costs by cutting funding for hospitals and nursing homes. a 7 percent cut in income support of services but governor brown must negotiate the details of any pay cut with the employee and labor unions so how much 25 percent cut in pay impact state workers? sharon sinn crunch the numbers. >>> he reviews applications for the california public utilities commission he makes about $100,000 a year and now with the daughter in college and mortgage to pay he praises for a possible 5% pay cuts. >>> disney will be going into the foreclosure? but it will be and a little bit more difficult meeting friends making meat. his work for the state for 24 years when he started state employment and job security and benefits the private sector envied. >>> a
of americans think facebook is a passing fad. >>> happening right now in sacramento governor brown's revised budget plan is at a hearing before the senate committee the governor says state is facing a deficit of almost 16 billion dollars. he's calling for cuts including 5% for state employees. schools could get a 16% butte in spending. democrats -- boost in spending. democrats are not happy with the cuts republicans don't like the proposed tax increases. >>> two hours from now sheriff ross mirkarimi will be back in court over a key piece of evidence in the ethics investigation. at issue, whether video of mirkarimi's wife can be used in an administrative hearing on misconduct charges against the sheriff. the video tan by a neighbor shows lopez talk -- taken by a neighbor shows lopez talking and showing a bruise on her arm. the city wants to use that to remove mirkarimi from his position. >>> richmond city council could tax sodas and other drinks. set to vote tonight that would let voters decide on a one cent per ounce tax on sweet drinks saying the revenues would pay for afterschool programs,
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para conceder un incremento salarial. cu ---hoy, el gobernador jerry brown, en una rueda de prensa anunci que california no ha cumplido las metas de recaudacion fiscal, lo cual significa que habr recortes en varias areas. ---mayra tostado, nos tiene las reacciones. take pkg 0:01 - 0:06 0:15 - 0:19 0:31 - 0:35 1:23 - 1:27 take pkg ---el deficit presupuestari o de california pas de ms de 9 mil millones de dolares en enero pasado a casi 16 mil esta semana y el nuevo plan de gastos no fue bien recibido por algunos activistas. sot sara gonzalez - activista "l no está bien, todo está mal para nosotros y necesitamos hacer una lucha para todo". los manifestantes se reunieron afuera del edificio estatal en san jos donde dijeron que el gobierno est perjudicando a las personas de bajos ingresos.. sot connie cortes - activista "siempre que el país tiene la economía del país baja, los afectados somos los de abajo, o sea.. nosotros somos el 99 por ciento y somos los afectados". entre los recortes, est una reduccion de 879 millones de dolares a calworks, 1,497 millones ms a las escuelas de k
. more with the panel. californiateamic for jerry brown is threatening automatic spending cuts for education. if voters reject the tax increases. brown has already called for $8 billion in cuts. in healthcare an welfare programs. >>> still ahead, the help wanted sign outside the federal courthouse. first, long memories in the west bank. [ donovan ] i hit a wall. and i thought "i can't do this, it's just too hard." then there was a moment. when i decided to find a way to keep going. go for olympic gold and go to college too. [ male announcer ] every day we help students earn their bachelor's or master's degree for tomorrow's careers. this is your moment. let nothing stand in your way. devry university, proud to support the education of our u.s. olympic team. >> bret: chinese dissident chang called in another congressional hearing this afternoon. he is still in china you were what is described as de facto house arrest. today he said by phone and brother that a nephew has been beat bin chinese authority since he escaped from custody in april. he is waiting permission from china to
gobernador jerry brown pidi apoyo para su iniciativa electoral de aumentar los impuestos a los ms ricos y a las ventas.. "las corporaciones en esta area han ganado más dinero que nunca y eso no aceptamos que van a dejar unas familias sin casa cuando esas corporaciones tienen tanto dinero". quienes tambien podran perder dinero bajo el nuevo plan, son los empleados estatales ya que brown quiere que trabajen menos horas.. de 40 a la semana a 38. cu - peluffo outro ---ahora que fue presentado el plan de gastos de brown, los legisladores tienen hasta el 15 de junio para aprobarlo ---volvemos contigo. cu ---en san francisco un hombre fue detenido por la policia tras presuntament e intentar robar a una mujer... take vo ---dos agentes patrullaban la zona cercana a las calles fremont y mission poco antes de las once de la noche, cuando escucharon a una mujer gritar... ---al detenerse, vieron que la mujer forcejeaba con el sospechoso, la mujer logro zafarse, y el sujeto saco una pistola... ---uno de los agentes disparo un tiro pero nadie resulto herido... el sujeto fue detenido... cu ---mientras q
the weekend that california's budget deficit has ballooned by nearly $7 billion. governor jerry brown proposed $8.3 billion in cuts, everything from payroll to court funding to construction projects. a 4-day workweek for state workers. hundreds of millions in cuts to state colleges. raising the state sales tax and a temporary increase in income tax on the wealthy. brown says it's the best he can do, calling it a, quote, pretzel palace of incredible complexity. the governor made a comparison to the financial struggles we were talking about overseas. >> take away our never pleasant, take a look at what's going on in greece. take a look at the 100,000 people marching in spain. once you have it, it's much more painful to give it up than if you don't get what you desire. and that's why it becomes very important to block new spending proposals. it is difficult, and that's just life. >> governor brown's plan comes up for a vote in november. >>> to 2012 politics, mitt romney's time at his former company bain capital is shifting the debate back to the economy. just hours after the obama campaign releas
waiting and holding their breath for the governor jerry brown's revised budget. now the governor says the state is nearly $16 billion in debt and cuts do need to be made. the governor's plan would reduce the following child care for mothers trying to get off welfare, in-home support for the needy and health care for the poor. and more cuts to schools and the your system. and looks like kind of a grim outlook for state workers. brown wants state employees to work four-day weeks. not sure that's a bad thing. also wants to make sure huge cuts are made to medicare and he is pushing in november a initiative for temporary tax increases. >> is that if we don't approve the temporary tax increases in november, the cuts will get a lot worse. schools could be forced to close up to 15 days per year. >> now back in january, brown estimated the budget shortfall would be $9 billion. that's since ballooned up to since we told you $6 million. >>> 6:08, california casinos are trying to get state lawmakers to get all in for internet poker. supporters say legalizing poker online will put hundreds of mill
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